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First off, have you bought a copy of Aaron Pogue’s Ghost Targets: Expectation yet? I hope you have. Second, I went to Half Price Books with my family this weekend and so have extended my reading list for this year. But that can only be good, right? More books for me to learn from and […]
A few weeks ago I finished reading Annabel Lyon’s The Golden Mean. My review of it is now posted on the Consortium’s website; click here to go over and read. I suggest all you historical fiction fans check it out!
Expectation is the first sequel to Aaron Pogue’s futuristic thriller Gods Tomorrow. I raved about that book when it first came out in October 2010. Let me say even more good things about this second book of Mr. Pogue, which is being released on Amazon tomorrow, February 15, 2011. This book takes place a few […]
Well. The Sherlockian. It was a highly celebrated debut novel in 2010, and after reading it, it’s not hard to see why. It’s not the best book I’ve ever read, but Mr. Moore set himself a very high bar here, and I think he managed to jump over it. Or pass it with flying colors. […]